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The amalgam of love letters that make up the album can be awkward, melancholic, and timid but remains interesting rather than frustrating, beautiful rather than cliché.
"I, Too, Am Harvard," which has largely been kept a secret on campus, looks to bring to the forefront race issues in a provocative, thoughtful way.
History's "Vikings" premieres its second season on Thursday, February 27th.
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma ’76 filled the Institute of Politics with the sound of music yesterday during a discussion on the arts, which culminated in an interactive cello performance that received a standing ovation from the audience.
Having completed his two-year jail sentence, a strapping and reformed Jackie (Tim C. Moan ’14) finally returns home to his longtime lover and fellow drug user, Veronica (Ema H. Horvath ’16). The couple—central to Stephen A. Guirgis’s “The Motherf**cker with the Hat”—is as loud and crass as the New York City neighborhood that they inhabit and as exhilarating and volatile as their substance-induced highs. The Motherf**cker with the Hat” will show in the Loeb Experimental Theater from March 7 to 14.
Adela Kim discusses the Yes Men's BBC stunt as a form of contemporary art.
This year, to honor the 450th anniversary of the birth of Shakespeare, the Hyperion Shakespeare Company has selected scenes from the Bard’s greatest hits, the production’s theme. In 90 minutes, favorite monologues and familiar scenes will be presented by a slew of actors, both veteran and novice.
Virginia R. Marshall '15 and Bex H. Kwan '14 perform.
Jalem D. Towler '15 performs a spoken word poem.
This week, our protagonist reunites with Aunt Taylor only to find a concerning letter.
When the confessional, highly personal medium of spoken word poetry meets a slam competition, poets have to reconcile the strategizing required to do well in a tournament with staying true to themselves as artists.
Beck should by now know that pretension does not become middle age any more than shoulder-length thinning blond hair does. Until such time as he has this realization, however, music enthusiasts should stick to buying his older albums.
Author Susan Minot speaks at the Harvard Bookstore about her newest novel, Thirty Girls. Her latest novel tells the stories of Esther, a Ugandan teenager and Jane, an American Journalist.